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  • E N D L I N EMoving the goal posts in sporting news

    The return of world footballs best monobrow

    Talk of the terrace

    WWW.ESPN.co.uk For more information ISSUE 1

  • This weeks playing field

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    Goals OfTHe week

    Sporting News

    Fact fileTalk of the

    terrace

    Twonk of the week

    Tweet all about it

    ESPN Prospects

    Weekly Rewind

    injury time

    Sporting Fix

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 1

  • 1Goals OfTHe weekDownload the ESPN Goals App for all the latest goal mouth action

  • This weeks number one goal comes

    from the man with the best looking

    girlfriend in the Premiership. Peter

    Crouchs volley from outside the box

    maybe an early contender for goal of

    the season.

    Liverpools Uraguian defender opened

    his account for the club with a pretty

    awesome volley. Too bad he couldnt

    do his job and defend against QPRs

    eventual winning performance.

    Yes, I thought this Montenegrin

    striker still played for Roma, but

    appaarently he now plays for good

    old Juve. His magnificent 35 yard

    strike booked his side a cup final

    place.

    Mikel Artetas thunderous free kick

    at the Emirates contributed to his

    sides 3 - 0 win.

    A man of the match performance

    against the Baggies contributed to

    one of the best first half perfomances

    of the season. Two assits and a goal

    is a good return from the highly rated

    Frenchman

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    peter crouchStoke v Manchester City, March 24, 2012

    Sebastian Coates QPR v Liverpool,March 21, 2012

    hatemben arfa WBA v NEWCASTLE,March 25, 2012

    Mirko VucinicJuventus v AC Milan, March 20, 2012

    Mikel ArtetaArsenal v Aston Villa, March 24, 2012

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 2&3

  • 2SportingNews

  • SportingNews

    Pray for Muamba

    Tebow &Sanchez

    After Peyton Mannings move to the Denver Broncos, it

    was only a matter of time before Tim Tebow would be

    on the move. That move was to the New York Jets where

    he will now compete with starting Quarterback Mark

    Sanchez.

    A little of a strange view in the mind of many people, as

    Sanchez is an extremely useful QB and done well with

    the jets over the past few seasons. Is it a commercial move

    that the Jets have taken in adding to the roster the player

    that caught the imagination of the public last season,

    who knows? One thing I do know is Ill be watching to

    find out.

    Catch up on all the latest NFL action on ESPN America

    If you dont know about the recent events surrounding

    Fabrice Muamba, then get out from under your rock and

    show your support. The Bolton Midfielder was struck

    down with a Cardiac Arrest on the pitch during their FA

    cup tie with spurs last weekend.

    Over the past week, anyone whos anyone has showed

    their support for the former England U-21 International.

    A massive twitter movement has showed the mass support

    from the public and proved the good that football can

    achieve when people come together.

    The last few days have been a critical time for Muamba,

    although he has shown massive signs of improvement.

    Keep showing your support!

    More Information at www.espn.co.uk

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 4&5

  • Messi tops barca tally

    Tiger earns his strips

    Tiger Woods has been the butt end of a lot of jokes since

    his little hiccup in his personal life. Although this past

    weekend, the 14 time major winner achieved his first

    PGA tour win in almost 2 and a half years.

    This win raises him to number 6 in the world and

    solidifies the fact that he is back on the prowl. Funnily

    enough, this comes 2 weeks before the Masters, a

    tournament where he has already won 4 times.

    The question is, can tiger break the golden bears tally of

    18 major titles?

    More Information at www.espn.co.uk

    This week, boy wonder Lionel Messi broke Barcelonas

    all time goal scoring record with a goal against Granada.

    The little Argentine has scored 235 goals in 315

    appearances for Barca, which is pretty epic. Probably the

    most extraordinary thing is the fact that he is only 24

    years of age.

    To think that he may not have even reached his peak yet

    is a little bit of a kick in the balls to all us normal folk.

    Is he already the best footballer of all time? This may

    only be decided by his performances on the international

    stage.

    More Information at www.espn.co.uk

  • Alonso takes the title

    new team gb kit

    The official sportswear partner unveiled the the ground-

    breaking kit which combines the best in performance

    technologies with stand-out British design, which will

    be worn by athletes in both the Olympic and Paralympic

    games this Summer.

    Acclaimed British designer and creative director for this

    project, Stella McCartney, has in two years created a kit

    which uses a reconstructed representation of the iconic

    Union Jack, making for a contemporary take on patriotic

    sportswear. How do you feel about the kit, worth the

    hype?

    More Information at www.espn.co.uk

    Fernando Alonso achieved a major win this weekend at

    the Malaysian Grand Prix by coming from 8th on the

    grid to take the title.

    A massive surprise to even Alonso himself as hes stated

    many times that the Ferrai isnt where it should be. The

    rain soaked event may have been an aid in Alonsos win,

    but never the less, the Spaniard now leads the drivers

    championship and shoots himself into title contention.

    Will this year be one of the most competitive F1 seasons

    with no clear front runner as of yet?

    More Information at www.espn.co.uk

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 6&7

  • 3fact file

  • DID YOU KNow

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 8&9

  • 4talk of theterrace

  • Is Tevez truly sorry?

    I am excited to have him back because I have always thought that Carlos is a top player even when we had a problem Roberto Mancini

    This past week has seen the return of Manchester Citys want away strike Carlos Tevez. The former Hammers and United striker has been absent from the club for almost six months, since his refusal to come off the bench during Citys Champions League loss last September.

    The player states many different reasons for his self imposed exile and almost moved to one of the Milan clubs during the winter. Obviously the stresses of golf have become to much for him and he felt it would be better to return to sunny Manchester.

    Is Tevez really sorry? Or is he just topping up his bank balance and hoping for a big money move in the summer?

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 10&11

  • 5Twonk ofthe week

  • Papiss Demba Cisse

    The Senegalese striker has been nothing short of a goal machine since his 9 million move to Newcastle during the January transfer window. He also had a pretty impressive performance at the Hawthorns where an inaugural Premier League hatrick was only stopped by an outstanding Ben Foster save.

    Anyway, the reason hes been put up for trial is due to the fact that he believes his team mate (Ben Arfa) is like Messi. Not only this, he also believes he will help him achieve his dream of playing in the Champions League.

    Theres two big statements there and neither are in conjunction with reality. The lad scores a goal and sets up a couple and you can start to compare him with someone a little more at that level. Not Barcelonas highest ever goal scorer.

    Not only this, he was also stretchered off with cramp at the weekend, man up Papiss.

    Sometimes with the ball at his feet, he is like Lionel Messi Papiss Demba Cisse

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 12&13

  • 6tweet allabout it

  • Twitter has become one of the most popular social media tools on the planet with millions of people exploiting their 140 characters. This is no different with athletes, as they take to Twitter and give us a unique insight on to how they live. This section takes the best Twit and puts it on a plate for you. This tweet comes from James Sanders, who plays for the Atlanta Falcons. This series of

    tweets is his little out burst at Obama and the rising fuel prices in the U.S. As we all Know, fuel prices are a bitch and we need to express of frustration. Sanders posts the above but realises that Obama regularly trolls him. But he still wanted everyone to know how upset he was.

    Check the tweets out below.

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 14&15

  • 7Espnprospects

  • Rory Macdonald

    Rory Macdonald is possibly the best up and coming mixed martial artists in the UFC today. The 22 year old made his professional debut at the young age of 16 and has a record of 12-1. The Canadian trains at the tristar gym with UFC Welter Weight Champion George St Pierre

    and holds notable wins over Nate Diaz, Mike Pyle and was seven seconds away from beating current interim Champ Carlos Condit.

    This Kid is one to watch and this weeks Espn prospect.

    Rory MacDonald

    che mills

    Catch Rory MacDonalds next fight on the 21st April at UFC 145 against British fighter, Che Mills.

    Why is this 22 year old the next best thing in the world of mma?

    WWW.espn.co.uk I 16&17

  • 8weeklyrewind

  • weeklyrewind

    Jesse Owen